Jun 7, 2011

Gatte Ki subzi(Besan Dumplings in a Tangy Yoghurt Sauce)

Gatte Ki Subzi
This is a typical rajasthani subzi dish that goes well with roti or rice...The consistency of the gravy can be adjusted as per your taste,you could make it thinner or thicker as per your wish.. This recipe is modified from showmethecurry.com. Please try this and let me know what you think...

Ingrediants:

For Gatta:

Besan/Gram Flour/Kadalai Mavu-1 cup
Curd- 1/3 cup
Red chilli powder-1 tsp
Coriander powder(malli podi)-1 tsp
Turmeric powder(manjal podi)- ½ tsp
Ginger Garlic and Chilli Paste-1 tblspn
Salt to taste
Ghee-1 tblpsn

For Curry:

Tomato-2 chopped
Ginger Garlic Chilli paste-1 tblspn
Cumin seeds-1 tsp
Red chilli powder-1 tsp
Coriander powder(malli podi)-1 tsp
Turmeric powder(manjal podi)- ½ tsp
Garam masala powder-1 tsp
Curd-1 cup
Coriander leaves for garnishing
Oil-1 tblspn
Ghee-2 tblspn

Method:

In  a mixing bowl add besan and ghee and rub together,Now add all ingrediants in besan and mix well.Add in curd and mix well till it forms a sticky dough.

Divide the dough into 4 portions.Rub your hands with oil and roll the dough into log shape.Place it on a well oiled plate.

Bring lots of water to boil and put this log in the water and let it cook till the log floats on top(app 5 min).Drain this in a plate..cut this into bite size pieces and keep it aside.

Heat oil+ghee in a kadai and crackle some cumin and ginger garlic chilli paste.Add in tomatoes and mix well.

Add in the cut gatta pieces and mix well.Throw in all the spice powders and mix well.

Pour in curd along with 2 cups of water and bring that to boil.Season with salt.

Cook on a low flame for 20 min,till the curry thickens.

Garnish with coriander leaves and serve hot with rice or roti.

Pictorial:
Grab your ingrediants
Add some ghee in besan..

Add ginger garlic and chilli paste,salt and chilli powder

add some curd...

make a sticky dough

shape into logs

cook in hot water

till it floats on top

Take it out and let it cool down

Cut into small pieces

Crackle some cumin and ginger garlic chilli paste

add in tomatoes

put in gatte pieces

add all spice powders

add in curd

pour in water and bring that to boil

cook for 20 min till it thickens

Garnish with coriander leaves


SERVE

Typical Rajasthani Thali meals
Rice,Roti, Rice Kheer,Panchmela dal, Onion subzi,Gatte ki subzi,Rajasthani potato curry....

32 comments:

  1. WOW! really very yummy. Can eat extra rice with this delicious too.

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  2. looking so gorgeous inviting dish

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  3. This curry looks so yummy . Will definitely try this out.

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  4. Woww gatte ki subzi looks stunning and delicious..worth to try this wonderful subzi..

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  5. What a fascinating curry. I'd love to try this.
    *kisses* HH

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  6. I love besan flour and I'm find those dumplings so intriguing. A wonderfully spicy vegetarian dish!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  7. Looks perfect dear, it is personally one of my favorite :)

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  8. YUM! I love anything 'gatta'..have made kadhi and rice with it...never this sabji...thanks for posting!

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  9. wow splendido questo piatto! complimenti!

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  10. One of my fav Rajasthani dish...looks very tempting..yummmm!!!

    http://vegetarianmedley.blogspot.com/

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  11. that looks amazing! Now where in NY can I get ghee? I will let you know!

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  12. This looks yummy- spicy and delicious! :)

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  13. some ingredients are new too me but sounds like a great dinner meal. thanks for sharing

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  14. THis looks so delicious! I love it!

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  15. I do in a very different way ..will try your method ..looks gud

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  16. looks delicious dear...
    love to give a try :)

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  17. This is all new to me but it looks glorious in your photos! Definitely makes me hungry to look at all the pictures.

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  18. Wow!!I was searching this authentic Rajasthani recipe.Looks tempting.. thanks for sharingSunanda's Kitchen

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  19. For me definitely thicker... richer... yummy!

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  20. That looks really yummy...Wud love to give it a try:-)

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  21. Very very nice one dear...juz loving it.

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  22. What an amazing tutorial,so informative and easy to follow...thanks.

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  23. New to me..looks absolutely delicious,rich and yummy..
    You have a wonderful space..happy following u :)

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  24. I've never tried Dumplings in a Tangy Yogurt Sauce but I must say everything looks delicious. I can't wait to try this

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  25. Tried this today, but the besan dough turned out to be too dense. I thought it would be porous and soft to eat, the gravy tasted good. Is that how the dough is supposed to be?

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  26. @Karen..the dough you make should be very sticky,if the dough you make is hard.this wont work....

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  27. I tried dis just now....I had just heard abt dis sabji...but never tasted.... It's just yummy...thanks alot aarahiji...I always think about trying new things...nd u helped me always...I have also tried balusha...it was also Awsome...thanks alot

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  28. Hello aarthi your gatte ki subzi is mouth tempting but I want to know when I add curd after gatte the curd and water will be separate while boling so what to do?

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  29. @Geetika KhanujaBut it will get thick as you cook them down. and it will thicken because of the gram flour.

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